The name for this post was indeed chosen with a head-nod to the minor alterna-hit song of the same name (that made the radio playlists for about 17 minutes in 1991) by one of the pre-grunge alternative rock bands School of Fish. Here’s a link to the video for anyone interested. 😉 Wasn’t that cool … More Three strange days
So anyway, the election is long over, any attempts at questioning its legitimacy have failed to pan out, and today is the day. It’s been decided (by whom and for what reason(s) might be up for debate). Trump is the winner, by the skin of someone else’s teeth. It’s over. Don’t blame me; I didn’t … More It’s not the end of the world
Although I staunchly support the responsible and appropriate use of natural healthcare, there are standards. Standards as to who should be doing what, under what license, and in which cases. I’ve written before about the irresponsible and potentially-dangerous thinking among some “natural” “practitioners” (unlicensed, deficient in real training), and a situation popped up recently that … More Fruitcakes and Cornflakes: How lunacy in alternative medicine harms people, Part 2:
Today (and yesterday), I was impressively productive–so much so that I took the luxury of some Me Time tonight. With my partner firmly entrenched in a new episode of “Alaska State Troopers”, I sought out some fresh literary meat. Pretty much everyone and his/her dog is familiar with the Freshly Pressed feature of WordPress. In … More Fresh (Word)pressing
There was a House, MD episode in which a couple thought their son might also have a uterus. Even though they were seeking House’s help for this child, they immediately began to dang near tell House what to do. “We think he has a blind uterus; he should have an MRI,” they said. House asked … More Who needs med school when you’ve got wi-fi?
Rated R for language. And it’s long, so grab some tea or something. You’ve been warned. After days like today, it’s easy to surmise that all patients are psychotic. After all, we’ve already established that all massage therapy clients are, so why not patients as well? And although the simple majority of patients are nice, … More File under: “I’m married to my illness and refuse to get better”
I meant to write about this last month, but life took over and since I’m the proud owner of a forced vacay, I thought I’d catch up on some much-needed blogging. Last month, we visited the lush, Great Green North that is southwestern Alberta, Canada. The trip’s purpose was sort of an all-in-one kill-a-flock-with-one-stone. Not … More Step right up